do i have to have a receipt to report stolen property in Florida? I can provide the invoice info the retailer has on record through an invoice search for one item, a $1400 TV, and I'm positive its my name on the receipts for a $800 fridge, and a $400 washer, but my ex has the receipts and the items, refuses to provide either, and i have the refusals documented.
1 Answer from Attorneys
No. If it's your property and it is stolen, then report it. Receipts help prove but your testimony is sufficient.
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